Winamac is located about 88 miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis, and about 41 miles northeast of Lafayette. The population of Winamac in 2010 was 2, 490 people.
The town’s name comes from a Potawatomi word for “catfish.” Winamac has three stunning structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Camping Links In Winamac
| 109 Electric Sites 30 & 50 Amp Service
Dump Station Campground Host
| Yes 10 Primitive Sites Youth Tent Camping
| 54 Primitive Sites
| Boat Launch Bridle Trails Canoe/Kayak Access Point
Canoe Campground Drinking Water Fire/Lookout Tower
Fire Rings Fishing Piers** Frost-Free Water Hydrant
Grills Hiking Trails Nature Center Nature Preserve
Pets Welcome Picnic Areas Picnic Shelters* Picnic Tables
Pit Toilets Recreational Building Restrooms and Showers
Vault Toilets Water Stations
|Things To Do|
| Bicycling Canoeing Children’s Playgrounds
Cross Country Skiing Fishing** Hiking
Horseback Riding Kayaking Picnicking
|* – Picnic Shelter – Contact DNR facility regarding the probability of Rental Fees.
|** – Fishing – Requires State License.|
|of the Tippecanoe River State Park.|
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PLEASE NOTE: The listings above are accurate as of 08/17/19, but do not reflect all the amenities offered at this campground. Also, many campground facilities add or remove campsites and amenities over time. We strongly recommend you visit the DNR website at the Tippecanoe River State Park for all information, complete details and much more.
Approximately 7 miles of the Tippecanoe River follows the eastern border of the state park. The river offers some of the best canoe and kayaking experiences in Indiana.
Most of the campsites for RVs and tent camping are shady and in wooded areas. The park is clean and well maintained by the DNR employees and others.
This state park is also a favorite for those who camp with horses and enjoy riding the bridle trails. The horsemen’s campground is large with 54 primitive sites.
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